Information About Bespoke Medals For Events

Below is an Article about bespoke Medals and how best to go about ordering them.

What Are Bespoke Medals?

Across the UK events in the sporting world take place, many times with a large field of participants all bidding for a Bespoke Sports Medal at the end of the event. Running events, Triathlon Events, Cycling Events, Open Water Swimming Events, Charity Events, all have a reward at the end in the form of a Bespoke Sports Medal. Many colours, sizes, types, and designs can be created using all sorts of metal material.

Tables Of Contents:

1.Types Of Bespoke Sports Medal Material

2. How Many Is The MOQ Sports Medals?

3.Best Bespoke Medals In The UK?

4.How Are Custom Medals Created?

5.Custom Race Medals No Minimum

Types Of Bespoke Sports Medal Material

When creating a great looking sports medal for any event some important components and ingredients are used – The main types are –  Zinc Alloy, Iron, Brass, Copper, Stainless Steel, Aluminum to forge a great looking sports medal: The material used then creates a great quality feel to the medal. The participant receiving the medal then feels they are getting a great quality medal.

Types Of Bespoke Sports Medal

Non-enameled Bespoke Medals

Enamelled Bespoke Medals

Part Enamelled Bespoke Medals

Wood Medals Bespoke Medals

Eco Medals 

Maple Wood Medals

Custom Both Sides Medals

Laser Printed Medals

How Many Is The MOQ Sports Medals?

When ordering particularly with Elite Sports Medals.com you can find bespoke medals with no minimum order. The orders are much cheaper if you order more with a general setup fee for the mold coming in at around £80

Best Bespoke Medals The UK?

With a 2-3 week lead time on producing Bespoke Medals, An amazing collection of Medal Types, Free Custom Ribbons, Amazing Bespoke Medal Boxes, the best company in the UK is Elitesportmedals.com

How Are Custom Medals Created?

Custom Medals are created and then supplied by us for many reasons, a Custom Medal can very often be the main reason why people take part in events, sporting events. They can also be used for school events such a sports days or sporting championships events.

Custom Race Medals No Minimum

Many people take part in events on their own, this is also known as a single event. People challenge themselves to get better at running or swimming, very often than wishing to get a single medal. This can be achieved and created if the person is willing to pay the mold fee, then a higher cost for one unit.

Bespoke Custom Medal

With any Bespoke Custom Medal, the process is a design service firstly that takes place, then a pre-pay invoice, from this point the process is to go to production. The production of a custom silk ribbon then gets created. Nearly all Medal orders have a Custom Medal ribbon which is free with Elitesportmedals.com

Other Types Of Bespoke Sports Medals

Bespoke Running Medals

Bespoke  Swimming Medals

Bespoke  Football Medals

Bespoke Judo Medals

 

How are metal medals made?
 
A custom medal is a piece of metal stamped with a design to commemorate someone, a place, or an event. At Bespoke There is a wide range of sizes and shapes of metals, ranging from large medallions to small plaquettes. Gold, silver, bronze, and lead are the most common metals used to make medals.

 

The most popular effect medals known are made from these general components and materials. Zinc Gold Silver Bronze Copper Tin Iron WoodSteell.

 

A medal or medallion is a thin disc usually made of metal bearing a design, usually on both sides.

 

Some of them are awards, while others are steel commemorative. Perhaps they are intended to be worn or suspended from jewelry or clothing in some manner. Die-casting or striking like coins are options.

Medals may be awarded to individuals or groups for their sporting, military, scientific, cultural, academic, or other achievements.

Awards and decorations are types of state decorations. Medals can be created as memorials to specific individuals or events, or as works of art in their own right. The use of commissioned medals as diplomatic or personal gifts was common in the past, often with portraits, and without regard to how the recipient acted.

Traditionally, medals are stamped with dies on sturdy metal flans or planchets, or they are cast from molds. A medal can be struck multiple times, displacing more metal than a coin struck in one strike. Many medals have low relief and lettering. Medals with circular shapes are most common; medals with rectangular shapes are called plaquettes.

 

 

“Decoration” types frequently work with other shapes, especially crosses and stars. The clip comes with a suspension loop, a wide ribbon, and a clip at the top, so it can be attached to clothing worn on the chest.

Medals that are intended to be hung from a ribbon also include a small loop at the crest through which a suspension ring can be looped.

 

Ribbons are run or folded through the ring in order for the medal to hang pendently.

On medals pinned to the breast, a small ribbon is attached to a top bar where the brooch pin is attached. Top bars may be hidden under ribbons, be a plain device from which ribbons are attached, or be decorative to compliment the medal’s design. There are a number of elaborate top bars available.

Bronze is the most frequently cast material for medals due to its affordability, durability, ease of working with, and availability. Medals have also been made of a variety of materials.

Copper, brass, iron, aluminum, lead, zinc, nickel, and pewter are among the base metals and alloys used, but more exotic metals, such as silver, platinum, and gold, are also used to add value beyond the mere artistic depiction.

Medals of all kinds can be gilded, silver-plated, chased, or finished in a variety of other ways to enhance their appearance.

As well as stone, gemstone, ivory, glass, porcelain, terracotta, coal, wood, paper, enamel, lacquerware, and plastic, there have been medals made of other materials.